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thank_you_multi_lingual.jpgI’ve lost track of how many times I’ve tried to write this year’s Thanksgiving message, changed my mind, and had to start over. So what I’m going to do is just restate last year’s message (you can click here and re-read last year’s post if you like). Your support helps give my family a way of life for which we are very, very grateful, and we indeed can’t find the words nor can we say it often enough or loud enough! Or in enough languages, for that matter! But we are grateful for you!

As grateful as we are, we’re ever mindful that all of us are taking part in times of unprecedented economic uncertainty, and that can be a little discouraging. I wish I had some powerful FDR or Ronald Reagan-like message of hope to convey, but I don’t. I can just remind us how Dale Carnegie said we’ll always be better off if we count our blessings and not our troubles.

I shared this link in a previous post, and I think it continues to put things into perspective in that regard. I encourage you to click here to view this amazing tribute to a father and son team who compete in triathlons, but their story is quite unique. If the video doesn’t fill in all the blanks on their story, you can visit the Team Hoyt website and learn more about them.

I encourage you to watch this, reflect upon it, have a relaxing holiday, then watch it again Monday morning and get fired up about ending 2008 with a bang and not a whimper!

Thank you for being a part of our lives and from our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!  

 

Brian Blake said -

What an incredible story, Dr. Burt. It makes me want to get off my complaining butt and make something happen.

🙂

I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Take care, my friend.

November 25, 2008 @ 8:57 am